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Thomson gets Android license, to make TVs in India
Avneet Singh Marwah, CEO of Super Plastronics which has the brand licensee of Thomson said that the company started importing Andriod TVs in India from China last year and looking at the great response it received, Google has decided to give it the license to manufacture Andriod TVs end to end in India.
Jeff Bezos, Lauren Sanchez make red-carpet debut; SRK makes Amazon boss try his hand at 'Don' dialogue
The world's richest man hobnobbed with...
What ails India's pharmaceutical sector?
Unlike mature markets such as the US, where drug prices are market-controlled, here, the government ...
View: India be overestimating inflation and making skewed policy at the cost of higher growth
A glance at the current CPI basket shows that it accounts for several outdated items such as VCR/VCD/DVD player.
India need not seek solace in China's growth slowdown: Experts
India need not seek solace in China's economic growth slowing to a three-decade low of 6.1 per cent despite impacted by trade war with the US as it is still growing at a faster pace, said experts.
FSII recommends making India global seed production hub & pushes for 200% deduction of R&D expenditure in the seed industry
The income tax deduction for the in-house R&D has been reducing over the last few years, it said. Through an amendment as per Finance Act 2016, the weighted deduction was reduced to 150% effective from April 1, 2017 through March 31, 2020 and it indicated a further reduction to 100% from April 1, 2020.
‘This is the Indian century’: Jeff Bezos goes desi, makes big ‘Make in India’ pledge, talks climate change
Bezos, clad in a vibrant blue-coloured Nehru jacket, talked of the world’s largest democracy leaping ahead.
India to invite Pakistan for upcoming SCO meeting
India will extend invitations to all members of SCO including Pakistan as well as to the observer states for 19th Shanghai Cooperation Organ...
India's gold loan market to touch Rs 4,617 billion by 2022
"Moving forward, these companies are expected to focus on optimising their asset utilisation and leveraging their existing branch infrastructure to maximize the branch-level AUM and customer outreach," KPMG India said in the report 'Return of gold financiers in India's organised lending market'.
Davos diplomacy likely between India, Malaysia amid palm row
Malaysia, a Muslim-majority nation, is the second biggest producer and exporter of palm oil and India's restrictions on the refined variety of the commodity imposed last week has been seen as a retaliation for Mahathir's criticism of New Delhi's actions.
India lodges protest over abduction of Hindu girls in Pakistan
As per reports, two minor girls, Shanti Meghwad and Sarmi Meghwad, belonging to the minority Hindu community were abducted on 14 January 2020. They belong to Umar Village, Tharparkar, Sindh, Pakistan.
India had concerns over China's trade practices: Piyush Goyal on RCEP
"India did not join Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership because the partnership was not amongst equals", Union Commerce and Industry...
Air India on block but Boeing 747’s VVIP duty continues
The government has almost finalised bid documents for the privatisation of Air India.
India- UK Building Bonds: In conversation with the British High Commissioner to India
Advt: India- UK Building Bonds: In conversation with the British High Commissioner to IndiaIndia- UK Building Bonds: In conversation with th...
Uday Kotak feels bankers need humility to make it big
The Kotak Mahindra Bank MD credits his middle-class values for personal and professional growth.
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